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October 4, 2013 at 7:03 AM

10-year bonds rise to 2.64%

U.S. paying more interest despite positive economic outlook As a result of the rating on U.S. bonds being lowered after the last debt limit “crisis,” the rate the United States pays on 10-year bonds is currently 2.64 percent on any new bonds, whereas Germany, with a better bond rating, pays only about 1.82 percent. That means…


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